Texas Gov. Perry says no to health ca...

Texas Gov. Perry says no to health care expansion

There are 2 comments on the CBS News story from Jul 9, 2012, titled Texas Gov. Perry says no to health care expansion. In it, CBS News reports that:

Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, is the latest governor to opt-out of major aspects of the health care law.

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Adel

Seattle, WA

#1 Jul 9, 2012
Perry is the governor of his State and what he says goes till the voters throw him out. How dare he make the citizens of his State suffer healthwise and pay more than they should for health care so he can oppose a president who happens to be a Democrate instead of a Republican. He makes even long- time Republicans embarrased by his political mindless retoric. He clamis that the richest nation of the world can't afford health care. What nonsense.

Since: Dec 07

Flint, TX

#2 Jul 9, 2012
Adel wrote:
Perry is the governor of his State and what he says goes till the voters throw him out. How dare he make the citizens of his State suffer healthwise and pay more than they should for health care so he can oppose a president who happens to be a Democrate instead of a Republican. He makes even long- time Republicans embarrased by his political mindless retoric. He clamis that the richest nation of the world can't afford health care. What nonsense.
He has led this state into the leading export, private sector job state in the US. He has also lead this state into the top solar and wind energy state in the US. Three of our major city governments lead the nation in green energy vehicles thanks to Bush and Perry. We also have the top two public high schools in the nation.

Your liberal governor who is busting your state budgets might want to get some advice. People like you and nobama want to lead us into the crumbling socialist Europe states. No thanks.

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